Tower Bridge Castle
It’s here. The adult-only bouncy castle named Bouncingham Palace has arrived at Tower Bridge and it’s exactly as good as we imagined it would be.
It’s a seven metre high, illuminated, sound-emitting, raspberry-scented bouncy extravaganza installed in London to celebrate the launch of Candy Crush Jelly Saga.
It’s open to the public from today (March 3) to March 5 at Tower Bridge and bouncers will be encouraged to compete with each other, with prizes awarded for the best bouncing.
When people bounce on certain squares, raspberry jelly-scented clouds are emitted from within the castle’s walls, and you’ll hear sounds from the Candy Crush game.Alesha Dixon won’t always be there (Picture: Frantzesco Kangaris/PA Wire)
Bouncers must take on the Jelly Queen in her royal residence and jelly-themed world – with the chance of winning prizes each day.
What are you waiting for? Let’s bounce.
The Bouncingham Castle will be popping up at 2 More London Place, The Riverside, SE1 2JP, from March 3-5. It’s open 10am-8pm on weekdays and 10am-6pm on Saturday. It’s free to members of the public over the age of 16.